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“When better equipment came into use, the many hundreds (of the buckets) stored in churches were sold off in the 19th century.
“One of the painted survivors and a brass helmet are on show in the Heritage Centre which is open on weekdays during normal office hours.”The presentation includes a number of old photographs including one dating from before the First World War with firemen in brass helmets wearing frayed and scorched uniforms.
Local historian Valerie Herbert said: “At one time, those who wanted to become a Freeman of the Town had to each give two of the leather buckets which were used by chains of men to douse fires.
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Angela is the Branch Manager for Sudbury and moved to the town in 1979 and attended school there.
But the service has a long and interesting history in Sudbury pre-dating the town centre inferno by well over 150 years.
And now the story of fire fighting in the town through the centuries has been retold via a presentation on the big screen at Sudbury Heritage Centre.